Experience a bygone era in Belvidere. Dust off your parasols and transport yourself back to the Victorian Era as you explore the streets of Belvidere along the Delaware and Pequest Rivers. The Victorian style architecture and vibrant gardens throughout the town reflect the reasoning behind the town’s numerous designations on the National Register of Historic Places.

This charming community celebrates it’s rooted history during the annual Victorian Days festival in September, and honors it’s local heroes at the Warren County War Memorial.

The town boasts a variety of local restaurants and boutiques which satisfy any palate or wallet.

Hotel Belvidere, a family owned hotel that was established in 1831, provides guests with a lodging experience that encompasses contemporary accommodations within the walls of a Victorian born structure.

Garret D. Wall Park, or Town Square as it is known by locals, is a sanctuary for relaxation beneath canopies of deciduous trees and is illuminated with vigorous color during the fall months.

If time allows, take a stroll across the historic Riverton-Belvidere Toll Supported Bridge and witness the riverfront transformation as the sun sets above the water’s surface. Recreational enthusiasts also utilize the Delaware and Pequest Rivers for water skiing, boating, trout fishing and whitewater rafting.

Looking for a taste of Broadway within an intimate setting?

Then visit Country Gate Players and purchase a ticket for the night’s performance. The year-round community theater offers acting classes and a full schedule of theatrical productions.

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